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How To Register Multiple People For A GMTM Event

ByScotty Jenkins

Published on Wed Oct 06 2021

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3 min read

How To Register Multiple People For A GMTM Event

At GMTM, our goal is to help athletes find opportunities in sports, no matter how young they are.

That means, for some events - like the Grrridiron Girls Flag Football Camps - parents and guardians need to help young athletes get registered. Luckily, we've figured out a way that you can register multiple people quickly using the same email address for all.

This way, no one misses out on their next chance to compete and be seen.

Follow the instructions below to learn How To Register Multiple People For An Event On GMTM:


Step One: Sign Out of the current GMTM account

After you successfully registered the first person, scroll to the top right of the webpage and and click "Sign Out".

This will take you out of the current profile and allow you to create a new profile for another person on the Home Page.


Step Two: Click "Sign Up" on the Home Page

Once you are redirected to the Home Page after signing out, you will be able to "Sign Up" and create a new profile.

In the top right corner, click "Sign Up" to create the new profile.

In the pop-up window, choose the "Sign Up With Email" option in order to create a new profile using the same email address.


Step Three: Fill out the First and Last Name of the additional athlete

After choosing "Sign Up With Email", you will be able to add the name of the additional athlete you want to register for an event.

The name you type will be the name that appears on the athlete's GMTM profile after it is created. You can always make changes to either name with the Edit Profile button.


Step Four: Enter your same email, but add "+NewFirstName"

After you enter the First and Last Name of the additional athlete, find the section that asks for an Email Address.

In order to create an additional profile using the same email address, add the + sign and the new profile's first name to the local part (the text before the @) of your email address.

  • Ex: johnsmith+billy@gmail.com or mandy123+jane@yahoo.com

If your email address is johndoe@gmail.com and you're creating a profile for your daughter Molly, your email address for the new profile would be johndoe+molly@gmail.com.


After you create a new profile using your email with +ChildsFirstName in the local part, you will receive a Magic Link to sign in.

This Magic Link will be sent to your normal email address and allow you to access your new GMTM profile in one click. This link is only valid for 10 minutes after it is sent.

Once you click the Magic Link and are redirected to the new profile, you have successfully created an account for an additional athlete.

Before taking the next step, make sure you click Edit Profile on the left hand side to personalize the new profile and help coaches identify the new user. You can also upload videos and add stats to help get noticed and climb the leaderboards!


Step Six: Find the Event you want to register the additional athlete for and complete the registration form

After signing in with the Magic Link and editing the new profile, head to the Events tab to find the event you want to register the addition athlete for. When you find it, click Participate to be redirected to the event's page and the activities.


After this step, you should have been able to register an additional athlete for an event using the same email address for both. If you need a refresher on How To Register For An Event On GMTM, click here to see a quick guide.

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